Are You a Contradiction or a Solution?

While driving in Atlanta one afternoon I found myself following a car with a “Pro-Life” bumper sticker.  At the red light she was in the inside lane so I pulled next to her and lowered my window.  As she did the same, I asked her what her position on the “death Penalty” was—did her pro-life […]

The Virtual Charter School: The new rat in town

For young Jaime, Tori and Hope Leonard, they wake up at 6:30 a.m. and by 7:30 they get dressed and they are – virtually – in school, without ever leaving home. Like all children who are home- schooled, the two sisters don’t even have to leave their house. But unlike home-schooled children, the Leonards are actually enrolled in a public school — a virtual charter school that is part of the Wisconsin, Appleton Area School District about 100 miles away. Because her children are enrolled in Wisconsin Connections Academy, Leonard pays nothing, the school is public

Virtual Charter Schools: The new 'rat' in town

Virtual Charter Schools: Getting a public education without the ‘meddlesome and fickle’ public The Virtual Charter Movement: Connections Academy and the Wisconsin Virtual Academy Charter School (WIVA)      For young Jaime, Tori and Hope Leonard, they wake up at 6:30 a.m. and by 7:30 they get dressed and they are - virtually - in school, […]

Petition to General Assembly of Virginia to Impeach for Misprision of a Felony by Judges and Gov't Attorneys.

Today, Saturday, January 9, 2010, I petitioned the Northern Virginia members of the General Assembly for an investigation of the obstruction of the rights of parents and the destruction of the independent’s of attorneys to serve the public by the Collusion of Government Attorneys and the Courts of Virginia (For background see, http://www.liamsdad.org/others/isidoro.shtml): As you […]

Congress Reviews the Issue of Judicial Recusal

The issue of recusal now being reviewed by the House Committee on the Judiciary, is but a subpart of greater issue which Congress must investigate based on  the evidence of a conspiracy of government attorneys and judges declaring themselves absolutely immune from suit for tortious and/or criminal obstruction of justice by denying access to an […]

State [of] Affairs

I have been reading this crap about Desiree Rogers.  This is wrong.   What I am reading.  Then I realized I shouldn’t be reading this stuff about her.  No one should.  She is the Social Secretary for the White House.  I believe it is her job to plan social events.  I believe it is her […]

Medical breaches rarely make national headlines

Medical breaches often get a mention in a local or state paper, but rarely do they make national headlines.  Over the past two months, there have been numerous breaches, barely getting a mention, but, when taken as a whole, reveal just how at risk our personal information really is. In October, a new study was […]

The tragedy of stereotypes in America

I purposely did not watch much of the news last night because of the shootings at Fort Hood. As soon as I heard that the shooter, Major Nidal Hasan, was a Muslim, I knew the slant the story was going to take. At first, I was impressed with the fact that the news I did […]